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Nov 12, 2013 6:00pm EST
effort to dismantle the black guerrilla family. using drug conspiracy and related charges. >> reporter: the numerous raids across the city are all in response to the blood bath on city streets. police say is at the hands of bgf gang members. and the last five days, the state's attorney's office, has indicted 68 alleged members on federal charges. police say they will search every crevice of the city, arresting and prosecuting the black guerrilla family. until they are all behind bars. >> we will not stop these efortsdzs. >> reporter: during these raids, police did find heroin and cocaine. i'm rochelle ritchie, wjz eyewitness news. >> suspected gang members were arrested as part of today's raids. but what happens when they go to prison? tonight, at 11:00, a wjz exclusive. i speak with the former security chief who reveals how gangs control the baltimore city detention center. it was a story of sex, smuggling and power. that's tonight at 11:00, on wjz. >> well, winter may still be more than a month away. we're already feeling the chill. wjz finds people waiting for the bus downtown today
Nov 11, 2013 6:00pm EST
still in cumberland. very warm temperatures out there. however, to the north and west of us, cold air is building. chicago now down to 30. 27, minneapolis. 16 now in the afternoon in winnipeg. and 23 in bismarck. there's that cold air to the north of us. east of that area, temperatures generally in the 50s, 60s, even 70s. there's mild air ahead of that front. and the cold air behind it. with that cold air coming in, garrett county, and western allegheny county, under a winter weather advisory, beginning late tonight, through tomorrow, as snow will be falling out in the mountain areas, pretty much guaranteed. how about for the rest of us, chelsea has a look at what we can expect and when we can expect it. chelsea? >> let's take a look at a time line. as we head into your tuesday morning. we'll see rainfall pushing into the region. as early as around 4:00 and 8:00. and between about 6:00 and 9:00, we'll start to see some of the that rainfall mix and change over into snow showers. then it will taper into flurries and sprinkles across the region by 1:00 p.m. and we'll dry out after 1:
Nov 5, 2013 6:00pm EST
managed money. they allowed ruben to open accounts and transfer money out using these signatures. >> anybody could look at these and tell they are forged. >> reporter: the nfl players insist they didn't know their money was being used for certain investments. the suit claims ray lewis lost nearly $3.8 million. the bank denied to comment on the lawsuit only pointing out that the case focusing on actions taken by bank atlantic prior to coming to bbnt. >> reporter: the financial advisor has been banned for life. security lost millions for other athletes. >>> two violent robberies in two days. police are investigating another street attack at the college. >> reporter: the latest incident happened on the same street of the other robbery that occurred 24 hours before. a student was walking home from school last night talking on his cell phone. police say two suspects approached him and threatened to stab him if he did not cooperate. they stole money from the victim and left. a third suspect was driving the get away car. police believe the same three men stabbed a student multiple times
Nov 8, 2013 6:00pm EST
much. stay with us for updates on this breaking news. >>> the family of a victim of the washington navy yard shooting is suing two federal agencies for negligence. >> reporter: the family of mary knight is the first to come forward with a potential lawsuit. family members are seeking $37.5 million from the navy and department of veterans affairs. they say these agencies missed or ignored signs the shooter, aaron alexis was troubled. he shot and killed 12 people before he was shot and killed in the rampage. >>> under federal law, the navy and va must first investigate the claim from the family. if the agencies determine the claim doesn't have merit, the family will then file a lawsuit. >>> right now, an historic storm is barreling towards southeast asia, after ripping through the philippines, killing at least four people and of course that death toll is expected to become much higher. wjz's first warning weather coverage, tracking where the storm is going next, but we again with alfonso van marsh with the devastation it's leaving in its wake. >> reporter: typhoon haiyan unleashed 20
Nov 13, 2013 6:00pm EST
. >> they used some of that money to help with their day-to-day activities. and in another instance, they pay a tax. to the command structure. >> reporter: raids like these are happening all across the city, as mayor stephanie rawlings-blake tries to rid her city of violent criminals. >> i want baltimore to be a safer city. and we've had these things in the works. this is similar. we haven't even gotten the heat started yet. >> reporter: the state's attorney's office, has handed out 68 indictments in the last week. and with no plans to pull back on these police raids, more are coming. >> reporter: police say the bloodshed on the streets, the hundreds of people killed and the fear saturating the communities of baltimore city is because of these ruthless gang members. >> we're going to focus on them and continue to go after them. >> reporter: the black guerrilla family is being targeted. >> reporter: the gang expert we spoke with said, going to jail for many of these guys, is like a badge of honor. i'm rochelle ritchie, back to you. >> complete coverage continues with vic carter, who
Nov 4, 2013 6:00pm EST
hellgren, wjz eyewitness news. >>> now the maglap train uses magnets to produce an electric current. the company pushes it here believes it will create thousands of jobs. >> but they're going to lose money on snacks. >> you can't finish your hot dog. >> 311-miles-an-hour. it's almost like a plane. let's take a look at temps and conditions. a chilly night right now but not as cold as last night. 41. east winds at five. the barometer still rising, dewpoints low. humidities low. let's take a look at the ,,,,,,, >>> i'm meteorologist chelsea ingram live with the mobile lab here. we're at the chilly 41 degrees but we have a warm up on the way. for that let's go inside to bob for a look at the updated warning forecast. >> reporter: we have 41 at the airport officially as well. the rest of the region it's a pretty chilly night but not quite as cold as last night. 45 in dc. 47 in oakland and 49 down in ocean city. locally temperatures in the 40s. if you're headed out tonight definitely wear a jacket of some kind. we do have an east wind at five to 6 miles per hour. up to 14 miles per hour b
Nov 7, 2013 6:00pm EST
, the destruction that is happening in our communities. for us, within our organization, they are our target. this is where we start destabilizing them. this is where we start cutting the head off of this organized group and bringing them to justice. >> reporter: investigators connected the gang and its associates to at least 13 murders and 12 nonfatal shootings, primarily in the greenmount corridor, dating as far back as 2005. they all face charges under maryland's gang law, passed in 2011. greggregg bernstein said this investigates. >> by charging the defendants under this statute, we can charge the gang members together as a group. and present to the jury at trial. each of the overt acts, in furtherance of the gang activity. so that the jury understands the the full mosaic of these defendants' swath of terror, as they cut through the greenmount area. >> the arrest welcomed neighborhoods that for long were underseas. >> we get tired of the deaths and the murders and robberies and all the stuff that is going on. it's good to hear some good news sometimes. >> reporter: as of late this
Nov 6, 2013 6:00pm EST
benny says, domestic spying is all about building profiles on innocent americans that can be used against them at any time. back to you. >> all right. thank you, mary. benny said he thinks edward snowden did a great public service by forcing nsa surveillance into the spotlight. >> reporter: the towson area is on high alert tonight. after two violent attacks on students from towson university and goucher college. in just two days, police are worried for the victims' safety, with those behind the terror still at large right now. wjz is live. investigator mike hellgren tells us where the search for the suspect stands. mike? >> reporter: vic, people are certainly being cautious here. especially after dark. no one has been caught. and that does have a community on edge. >> reporter: the victims were simply walking on well-traveled burke avenue. sky eye chopper 13 gives you a birds eye view of the area. it's just off york road. the first attack on sunday was a block from the second attack on monday. and close to both towson university and goucher college. >> now that it's getting darker
Nov 1, 2013 6:00pm EDT
. >> reporter: authorities evacuated the terminal and set up a triage area. >> we got out. and they told us to stay underneath the plane. >> reporter: six people were transported to area hospitals. at least one is in critical condition. >> reporter: again, the suspect is identified as 23-year-old paul siancia, from pensville, new jersey. i just spoke with the airport security officer. good news for the flight crews. and airport workers here. they are allowed into and out of the airport. not still looking for passengers am they are still, essentially in lockdown. l.a.x. is the third busiest airport in the u.s. and you can imagine what a huge logistical nightmare this has become. live from los angeles, i'm teri okita. >> thank you very much. and our complete coverage of the l.a.x. shooting continues. mary is in the newsroom with reaction to the violent shooting spree. >> reporter: today's airport shooting sent travelers running in all directions, trying to outrun and get away from this gunman. some who had already cleared security rushed onto the tarmac, where others locked down in restaurant
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